Advances in Transportation Studies is a quarterly (four-monthly) and a refereed journal that contains international and national review papers on the most recent outcomes of studies and advanced research in the field of Road and Highway Engineering with a particular focus on the safety, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of transport.
Topics discussed examining design standards and regulations, impact of human factors on facilities design, geometry, facilities construction, pavement design and management for safety improvement, environmental impact make it essential reading for Transportation Scholars and Researchers, Transportation Facilities Engineers, Transportation planners and Modellers.
Moreover special issues on particular topics, such as policy analysis, formulation and evaluation, interaction with the political and socio-economic environment, management and evaluation of trasportation systems, are published from time to time and provide a wide range of information for Administrators and Policy Analysts, too. The journal contains in-depth, state-of-the-art papers on transport topics.
R.W. Allen, M.L. Cook, B.L. Aponso, T.J. Rosenthal
Special issue rewiew of a symposium on new directions in drivingsimulation research
W. Krautter, H. Mackamul, B. Manga, D. Mansetten
Traffic scenarios in driving simulation:implementation and application
G. Park, T.J. Rosenthal, B.L. Aponso
Developing driving scenarios for research, training and clinical application
N. Teasdale, V. Cantin, G. Desroches, J. Blouin, M. Simoneau
Attentional demands while driving in a simulator: effects of driving straights on open roads, approaching intersections and doubling maneuvers
V. Cantin, J. Blouin, M. Simoneau, N. Teasdale
Driving in a simulator and lower limb movement variability in elderly persons: can we infer something about pedal errors
M.L. Cook, G. Park, T.J. Rosenthal, B.P. Aponso
Novice driver training experience
T.D. Marcotte, J.C. Scott, D. Lazzaretto, T.J. Rosenthal
Long–term stability of standard deviation of lateral position in neurocognitively normal and impaired individuals
E.B. Stern, E. Schold Davis, W.K. Durfee,T.J.Rosenthal, J. Wachtel
Discriminating between brain injured and non–disabled persons: a PC–based interactive driving simulator pilot project
T.D. Marcotte, J.C. Scott
The assessment of driving abilities
P.N. Rosen, J Wachtel
Driving simulation in the clinical setting: utility for testing and treatment